Mitsubishi Selfjectors: Features and Specifications

March 27th, 2020

In the world of centrifugal disc separators, the Mitsubishi Selfjectors are at the top of the list due to their quality design and performance. This is not difficult to believe once you learn that these have a long, illustrious history with sales of just short of 100,000 separators as of this date. The newest version […]

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The Quality Environmental Performance of YANMAR Medium Speed Engines

March 13th, 2020

Today, pollution from marine diesel engines releasing hazardous emissions has hit an all-time high to where it is now a serious global problem. The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships or MARPOL 73/78 along with its Annex VI regulates the release of the NOx emission levels into the atmosphere by a variety […]

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KEMEL Stern Tube Seals: What Makes Them Environmentally Friendly?

February 21st, 2020

Our oceans have so much traffic on them today with fishing vessels, oil tankers, cruise ships and other types of vessels traversing from destination to another. In fact, there is such a high amount of traffic that it is becoming more difficult to keep the water from being polluted, especially if the vessels are not […]

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The Importance of Tank Cleaning Machines and Ventilation Equipment in the Shipping and Marine Industries

February 7th, 2020

Cleanliness and proper ventilation is as important in the shipping and marine industries as it is in other industries. Storage and cargo tanks need to be kept clear of contaminants to protect the contents from being tainted. Ventilation helps to maintain a correct temperature, to prevent odour transference between loads of cargo and to keep […]

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Yanmar and Other Marine Engine Spare Parts: Vital for Every Shipping Vessels during Drydock

January 20th, 2020

As a rule, there’s no excuse for a lack of spare parts in a ship drydock. It’s different at sea. There’s no way to access a distribution network out there, not unless a helicopter is available, so engineers keep rooms filled with important spares and parts that wear out faster. That’s just common sense, right? […]

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